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Installation Instructions 
and Documentation Inside! 

THIS PRODUCT DEMONSTRATES V Ml [0US DRILLS AND 

EXERCISES PI Rl ORMED II V PHYSICALLY RT EXPERTS, NOT 

ALL OF THE DRILLS AND EXERCISES ARE SUITABLE FOR 

EVERYONE. CONSULT WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE 

BEGINNING THIS OR AMY EXERCISE PROGRAM. 

3D0 Version 1.0 
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Total >porte Instfueton 




3DO 



Inteliimedia Sports, Inc. 

Suite 300. Two Piedmont Center 

Atlanta, Georgia 30305 

Sabs: 1-800-269-210] 

Customer Support: 1-800-269-2099 

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Your 

Persona! 

Coach 

Ron Fraser 

Former Head Coach 

f : nu.T\il\ of Miami 

National Champions 
19B& 1985 





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Getting Started 1 

Control Pad 3 

Title Screen 4 

Main Menu 5 

Instruction 6 

Opening and Closing Chapters" 6 

AutoPlay 7 

Test sections o* 

Index LG 

Ask the Coach 1 1 

What's the Call 13 

Options L5 

Glossary 16 

Contacting Intellimedia Sports, Inc 1 7 

End User Notices and Warranties If 



GETTING STARTED 


3. To exit the title at any time, ; 




Congratulations on your choice 
of "ESPN® Baseball: Hitting by 
IntelliPlay®!" This title is 
designed to enhance your 
knowledge of the game of base- 


press the Open/Close but- 
ton on the Multiplayer and \ 
remove the CD-ROM. Or I 

simply turn off your ; 

Multiplayer. j 




ball and help you build your hit- 






ting skills through the use of 
live-action video, sound, text 
and slides. 


Before you begin, make 

sure that you read the ! 

notice on the back cover of ; 




This IntelliPlay title is very easy 


this manual. ; 




to use: 






1 ■ Turn on vour 3DO 






Multiplayer. 






2. Put the IntelliPlay CD-ROM 
in the CD-ROM tray with the 






label side up. When you 






close the tray, the program 
will begin playing. 






Tec 


rhnique 


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Fundamentals 




CONTROL PAD 

It's a good idea to get familiar with the functions of your 3DO con- 
trol pad. Here's a quick list oi the buttons that control the features 

of this InlelliPlay title: 

Rewind (Left Shift awl Right Shift): Moves back to the beginning 

of the currently playing audio item. 

A button: 
Play (A): Plays items you've selected when you're in the program, 
or starts the program when you're on the Title Screen or. . . 
Next (A): Plays the next question in a test section. 

B button: 

Open (B): Opens a topics list for a selected chapter or menu item or. . . 
Close (B): Closes a topics list for a selecled chapter or menu item or. . . 
Random (B): Randomly selects a What's the Call situation or. . . 
Ron Fraser (B): Plays the introduction by Coach Ron Fraser from 
the Title Screen. 

C button: 

Home (C): Returns to the Main Menu screen or. . . 
Credits (C): Displays a list of credits from the Title Screen. 

Stop (■): Returns you to the previous menu or topics list* 
Replay (►/ ): Replays a test question, test answer, What's the Call 
play-by-play or ruling. 




When you start the IntelliPlay 
program, you'll see a Title 
Screen with ihree buttons, 

• Press the Flay (A) button to 
go lo the Main Menu screen 
ami learn more about hitting. 

• Press llie Ron Fraser (B) 
button for an introduction by 
your personal coach, Ron 
Fraser. 

• Press llie Credits (C) button 
to view a list ol the people 
who helped to bring you this 
baseball program. 



Note: To return to the Title 
Screen after you have started the 
program, you musl be at the 
Main Menu screen. Then press 
(he Slop (■) billion which is 
directly lo ihe right of the direc- 
tional pad on yourSDO control 
pad. 



MAIN MENU 

When you press the Play (A) 
button from the title screen, von 
will go to the Main Menu 
screen. From this screen you 
can explore the various features 
of this IntelliPlay title. (Each 
Main Menu selection is 
explained in greater detail on 
the following pages.) 

To select an item from the 
Main Menu: 

1- Use the directional pad to 
position the highlight box on 
the selection vou want to 
play. 

2. Press the Play (A) button to 
activate your highlighted 
selection. 



At any lime during the program, 
press the Home (C) button lo 
go back to the Main Menu screen. 

Note: From llie Main Menu 
screen you are able to return to 
the Title Screen lo view the 
credits orwaleh ihe introduction 
by Coach Hon Fraser. Press ihe 

■ 

Slop (■) butlon which is direct- 
ly to the right ol the directional 
pad on your3DO eonlroller. 







INSTRUCTION 

The Instruction section pro- 
vides you with essential Infor- 
mation on how lo bring your hit- 
ling skills lo a higher level. The 
content has been divided into 
six chapters, each of which has 
a lisl ol topics related lo hilling. 

Opening and 
Closing Chapters 

To view the contents of a chap- 
ter and select a topic from thai 
chapter 

1 . Scroll through the list of 
chapters using the direction- 
al pad on your 3DO control 
pad. 



2. Highlight the chapter you 
wish to look al and press the 
Open (B) button. You now 
see a list of topics that are 
related to that chapter. 

3- To play a single item, high- 
light it, then press Play (A). 
When the item has finished 
playing, the program takes 
you hack to the same topics 
list and you're ready to select 
another item. 

4- To close the topics list and 
return to the list of chapters, 
] ness the Close (B) button. 

Remember, you can go back to 
the Main Menu by pressing 
Home (C). 



AutoPlay 

AutoPlay is a special feature 
thai allows you to explore the 
content without having lo select 
items one at a time. When 
AutoPlay is activated for a par- 
ticular group of items, a graphic 
appears on your screen, between 
each item, telling you that 
AutoPlay has been turned on. 

To activate AutoPlay: 

• When you are on a chapters 
menu, your selections are 
listed in yellow. Highlight 
any chapter and press Play 
(A). The program will begin 
playing all topics in that 
chapter from beginning to 
end. When all the items 



have played, you'll return to 
the lisl of chapters. 

• If you are on a topics sub- 
menu, highlight any topic 
that is yellow and press Play 
(A). The program will play 
all items thai are indented 
below Lhe highlighted topic. 
When the items have fin- 
ished playing, the program 
takes you back lo the topics 
submenu. 

• II an item is listed in white, 
the AutoPlav feature is not 
available. To play a single 
topic, highlight il and press 
Play (A). 




Test sections 

If you want to see how much 
you've learned about hitting, 
give the lest sections a try. Tests 
arc available lor lour chapters 
— Physical Mechanics, Menial 
Aspects, Adjustment to (he 
Pitch, anil Bunting, 

1- Highlight one of the four 
chapters listed above ami 
press Open (B). 

2. Scroll to lire bottom of the 
topi<-s list with the direction- 
al pad and highlight "Test." 

3. Press Play (A). 



4- You will lie presented with a 
series of test questions, each 
of which has two possible 
answers labeled ■"A" or "B." 
Use the buttons on your con- 
tro] pad to choose the answer 
you think is correct. Or if 
you need to repeat the audio 
portion of the question, press 
the Replay (►/! ) button. 



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5- Alter you've chosen vour 
answer, the program will give 
you an audio-visual 
response. At this point you 
can go lo the next question 
(press Nexl-A) or repeat the 
question (press Repeat-B). 
To exit the test, press Home 
(C) or the Stop button (■), 
which will take you back to 
the previous menu. 

6. When you've answered the 
last test question, press Next 
(A) to see your Lest score. 
Then press Home (C) to 
return lo the Main Menu or 
the Stop billion (■) to return 
lo the previous menu. 








INDEX 

The Index displays an alpha- 
betized lisl of key words llial 
point to specific parts of the 
instruction material. 

To play an Index ilem: 

1- Scroll through the index list 
using the directional pad. 

2. Highlight a topic and press 
Play (A). 

To activate Auto Flay: 

1. Highlight an item listed in 
yellow. 

2. Press Play (A). Topics that 
are indented to (he right 
below the item in vellow will 
play. 



3. To deactivate AutoPlav at 
any time, press Stop (■). 

To exil the Index and return to 
the Main Menu, press Home (C). 



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ASK THE COACH 


Fraser was the winningest active 




Ask the Coach is an audio- 


college coach with 1,271 wins. 




only section that helps to 


His accomplishments include 




increase your understanding and 


NCAA Coach of the Year three 




appreciation ol baseball by 


limes, two national champi- 




allowing you to have a "conver- 


onships and 159 players sent 




sation*' with your personal 


from his teams into baseball's 




coach. Ron Fraser. When you 


professional ranks. Tommy 




select this button from the Main 


Lasorda called him "one of the 




Menu, ihe program shows you a 


finest college baseball coaches 




list of "interview" type questions 


this country has ever seen." 




that you can pose to Coach 






Fraser for detailed answers. 






Fraser was the baseball coach al 






the University ol Miami 






(Florida) for over thirty years 






and was the baseball coach ior 






the United Slates in the 1992 






Olympic Games. Al the lime ol 






his retirement. 




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Like the Instruction section. 
Ask ihc Coach is divided into 
chapters and topics. Chapters 
are listed in yellow text, and 
topics are listed in white. 

To play a single audio item: 

1- Open a chapter by highlight- 
ing it and pressing Open 
(B). You'll see a list of top- 
ics related to that chapter. 

2. Select a topic and press Play 
(A). The audio will begin 

playing. 

3. To close the chapter, press 
Close (B). 



To activate AutoPlay: 

1 . Make sure you're on a chap- 
ters screen. (Chapters are 
listed in yellow and the B 
button is labeled Close). 

2. I lighlighl a chapter using the 

directional pad. 

3. Press Play (A). Each topic 
in your selected chapter will 
play from beginning to end. 

4. To deactivate AutoPlay at 
any time, press Stop (■). 



WHAT'S 



How well do you know the rules 
of baseball? You can lest your 
knowledge and interpretation of 
the rules with a special feature 
known as What 1 )* the Call. 
You'll listen to the play-by-play 
from "live" games and act as the 
umpire on controversial calls. 

When you start What's the Call, 
you are presented with a list of 
20 game situations about which 
you will be asked to make a 
judgement. 



Highlight a situation using 
the directional pad then 
press Play (A) — or press 
Random (B) and let the 
program choose for you. The 
audio play-by-play will begin 

immediately. 

To repeat the play-by-play 

(before you've chosen an 

answer), press the Replay 

(►/I) button. 

Two possible answers are 

displayed on the screen, 

labeled M A%r"B." When 

you've made the call, press 



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the button oi the answer you 

■ 

think is correct. The radio 
announcer will tell you if 
you're right or wrong and 
explain ihe ruling. 

You can click the Home (C) 
button at any time lo close 
What's the Call and return to the 
Main Menu screen. 




OPTIONS 

The Options feature allows you 
to customize the look and feel of 
the program by letting you turn 
on and on the background music 
and screen saver. 

1 . Select Options from the 
Main Menu screen. Each 
time you run "Hitting,*' all 
the options are turned on. 

2. Using the Up and down 
arrows on the directional 
pad. position the baseball 
pointer next to the option you 
wish to customize. 

3. Turn the selected option on 
or off by pressing die left and 
right arrows on the direction- 
al pad. 



4 B When you've selected your 
options sellings, press the 
Home (C) to return to the 
Main Menu. 

Note: Once you set your prefer- 
ences, they remain set that way 
in the program until you change 
them or turn ofl the program. 




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Which players made up base- 
ball's famous "Murderer's 
Row?" W hal does il mean when 
someone savs. "The ball had 
eyes"? No sport has a more col- 
orful language than baseball, 
and IntelliPlav has created an 
audio Glossary that will teach 

■ 

you the meanings of almost 100 
baseball terms related lo hitting. 

To play a glossary term: 

1. Scroll through the alphabet- 
ized list with the directional 
pad and highlight a glossary 
word. 



2- Press Play (A). 

Exit this section by pressing the 
Home (C) button. 




R#»ifi« 






CONTACTING 


write us at Inlellimedia Sports. 




INTELLIMEDIA 


Inc., Customer Support 




SPORTS, INC. 


Department, Two Piedmont 




Product Registration 


Center, Suite 300. Atlanta, GA 




It is extremely important to send 


30305. 




in your product registration 


Sales 




card. Doing so insures that your 
warranty is registered and that 
you receive notice of updates, 
new IntelliPlay products and 
other opportunities from 
In tell i media Sports. This infor- 


For information about additional 
Inlellimedia products, you may 
reach our sales department at 1- 
800-269-2101 from 9 am. to 6 ; 
pm. EST< 




mation will help us design 






future IntelliPlay titles lo meet 






the needs of you and vour lamily. 






Customer Support 






II you have any problems run- 






ning this title, you may contact 






Intelli media Sports customer 




1 
1 


support line at 1-800-269-2099 






or FAX at 1-401-261-2282 or 










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END USER NOTICES AND WARRANTIES 

INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS, INC.. THE 3D0 COMPANY, AND 
INTELUMEDIA SPORTS, INC.'S LICENSOR® SHALL NOT BE 
LIABLE TO THE END USER FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA. LOST 
PROFITS, COST OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR OTHER CONSE- 
QUENTIAL INCIDENTAL. SPECIAL. PUNITIVE, OR OTHER 
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR 
INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE. 

INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS. INC. WARRANTS THE COMPACT 
DISC AND OTHER MEDIA ON WHICH THE SOFTWARE IS 
RECORDED TO BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS 
AND WORKMANSHIP UNDER NORMAL USE FOR A PERIOD 
OF NINETY (90) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE EVI- 
DENCED BY A COPY OF THE RECEIPT. INTELLIMEDIA 
SPORTS, INC.'S ENTIRE LIABILITY AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE 
RFMEDY SHALL BE REPLACEMENT OF THE COMPACT DISC 
NOT MEETING INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS, INC. LIMITED WAR- 
RANTY AND WHICH IS RETURNED TO INTELLIMEDIA 
SPORTS, INC. OR AN INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS. INC. AUTHO- 
RIZED REPRESENTATIVE WITH A COPY OF THE RECEIPT. 



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INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS, INC. SHALL HAVE NO RESPONSI- 
BILITY TO REPLACE A DISK/DISC DAMAGED BY ACCIDENT, 
ABUSE OR MISAPPLICATION. 

INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS, INC., THE 3DO COMPANY, AND 
INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS, INC/S LICENSORS) MAKE NO WAR- 
RANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY. REGARDING 
THE SOFTWARE OR DISC. INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITA- 
TION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY 
AND FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY 
EQUIVALENT WARRANTIES UNDER THE LAWS OF ANY 
JURISDICTION. 

DO NOT USE A FRONT OR REAR PROJECTION TELEVISION 
WITH THIS PRODUCT. YOUR PROJECTION TELEVISION 
SCREEN MAY BE PERMANENTLY DAMAGED IF STATION- 
ARY SCENES OR PATTERNS ARE PLAYED ON YOUR PRO- 
JECTION TELEVISION. SIMILAR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR IF 
YOU PLACE THIS PRODUCT ON HOLD OR PAUSE. IF YOU 
USE YOUR PROJECTION TELEVISION WITH THIS PRODUCT, 




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NEITHER THE BDO COMPANY NOR INTELLIMEDIA SPORTS, 
INC. WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY RESULTING DAMAGE. THIS 
SITUATION IS NOT CAUSED BY A DEFECT IN THIS PRODUCT 
OR THE 3DO SYSTEM; OTHER FIXED OR REPETITIVE 
IMAGES MAY CAUSE SIMILAR DAMAGE TO A PROJECTION 
TELEVISION. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR TV MANUFACTURER 
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. 

THE EXECUTION OF SOFTWARE WITH THE 3DO SYSTEM 
INVOLVES THE USE OF PATENT RIGHTS, GRANTED OR 
APPLIED FOR, IN CERTAIN COUNTRIES. A PURCHASER OF 
THE 3DO SYSTEM IS LICENSED TO USE SUCH PATENT 
RIGHTS WITH SOFTWARE LICENSED BY THE 3DO COMPA- 
NY. NO LICENSE, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE, IS GRANTED 
FOR THE EXECUTION OF OTHER SOFTWARE. 



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COPYRIGHT 
INFORMATION 

Copyright © 1994, Intellimedia 
Sports. Inc. All Rights 
Reserved. IhtelliPIay* and the 
IntelliPlay logo are trademarks 
of Intellimedia Sports, Inc. 
ESPN* and the ESPN logo are 
trademarks of ESPN, Inc. 31)0 
and the 31)0 logos are trade- 
marks of The 3D0 Company. 
Other names and logos are 
trademarks or registered trade- 
marks of their respective com- 
panies. 




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